The New York Times is a global media organization dedicated to helping people understand the world through unrivalled, on-the-ground, expert and deeply reported independent journalism. Together, we make our journalism more insightful, meaningful and essential to the daily lives of the global community we serve.
We believe that reaching out to the younger generation is critical and we have worked hand-inhand with universities across the world to attract the next generation of readers. We are committed to a number of educational efforts and have partnered with several non-profit associations dedicated to helping students build a foundation and understanding of diverse knowledge.
In addition to our fact driven investigative reports, The Times goes beyond the news with
lifestyle guides, wellness tips, and expert advice to help students live a better, smarter, more fulfilling life. Our immersive virtual-reality films, compelling video documentaries, and
interactive data visualizations provide students with stories from new and unexpected angles that no other news organization does better. Students are also able to use us for research purposes as we offer unlimited archive access back till 1981, and students can cite us in their report.